Tai Chi for Arthritis incorporates the mind and body in slow, focused movement in order to gain an internal understanding of yourself and the world in which you live. Referred to as meditation in motion a state of relaxation often occurs as your practice grows along with your deeper connection to the forms and the principles within them. It is both easily accessible, and intensely challenging.
The slow rhythmic motion has a positive effect on the deep stabilizer muscles which enable you feel more balanced and aware of how you move through each day. This in turn helps to maintain life long function and independence. Come and “play” in class and discover where this ancient art can lead you.
For more about Janet, please see her teacher bio: westendyogastudio.com/teachers/janet-ahrens/.